Outstanding Trainer: Mark Casse
In March, Mark Casse’ father and mentor, Norman Casse, died at age 79. About a month later, the announcement that Mark will be inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame came the same week Mark won his fifth straight Sovereign Award as Canada’s Outstanding Trainer, an honour he’s received eight times in his career. Mark also had a stake in the nation’s Horse of the Year for the second straight year. Breeders’ Cup winner Catch a Glimpse won this year’s top horse title (along with the awards for Champion Two-Year-Old Female and Champion Turf Female). In 2014, Mark’s trainee Lexie Lou won the Queen’s Plate en route to Horse of the Year honours. Mark has now trained four Canadian Horse of the Year honourees. He also conditioned 2012 winner Uncaptured and 2007’s Sealy Hill. Despite winning 10 Woodbine training titles, including the last night straight, Mark’s first…
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